Taku Sugimoto / Burkhard Stangl / Christof Kurzmann - In Tokyo (First Concert - Second Take) album flac
Title: In Tokyo (First Concert - Second Take)
Style: Abstract, Experimental
MP3 album: 1284 mb
FLAC album: 1738 mb
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Composed By – Burkhard Stangl, Christof Kurzmann, Taku Sugimoto. Computer, Clarinet – Christof Kurzmann. Design – Andreas Guskos. Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Burkhard Stangl. Electric Guitar, Bass – Taku Sugimoto. Producer – Robert Piotrowicz. Recorded By – Taku Sugimoto, Tetuzi Akiyama. Date: April 10, 2001 Live at: OFF SITE, Tokyo.
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Stangl and Sugimoto had recorded together on several occasions while Stangl and Kurzmann had previous collaborated on the beautiful album Schnee for Erstwhile. The first track find the two guitarists offering vibrant tones like pebbles tossed into a pool, spread generously out over time, coordinated with the natural and beguiling looseness that makes precision superfluous.
Burkhard Stangl and Christof Kurzmann began their duo 'schnee' in 1999, finally working together after many years of a non-collaborative friendship. Their first album, released in 2000, combined Stangl's acoustic guitar with Kurzmann's electronic sound manipulation. This was an unusual approach at the time, although it quickly became widely copied and very influential. Since the duo was so well-received, they continued their work, playing concerts throughout Europe, as well as tours in China and Japan.
Stangl Sugimoto Kurzmann Nakamura The only thing impressive to me about Taku Sugimoto’s solo recordings is how few notes he can play in an hour, all at a barely audible volume. That doesn’t stop me from enjoying how musical those ten notes are and how well placed they are in that hour. Matana Roberts strikes me far more with her sense of tone and pure musicality rather than any notion of virtuosity. I suppose in these instances I just prefer to hear someone working as hard as they can just to make good music.
Tonight at Flying Teapot, Tokyo. English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español. First concert in Tokyo!! THU, 27 JUN. 6/27 音と音楽の狭間で vo.
- Recorded At – Off Site
- Composed By – Burkhard Stangl, Christof Kurzmann, Taku Sugimoto
- Computer [G3], Clarinet – Christof Kurzmann
- Design – Andreas Guskos
- Electric Guitar, 6-String Bass – Taku Sugimoto
- Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Burkhard Stangl
- Producer – Robert Piotrowicz
- Recorded By – Taku Sugimoto, Tetuzi Akiyama
NotesDate: April 10, 2001
Live at: OFF SITE, Tokyo